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Apple In Talks With US Banks For Person-To-Person Payment Service: WSJ

November 12, 2015

Via: International Business Times

(Reuters) — Apple Inc is in talks with U.S. banks to develop a person-to-person mobile payment service, the Wall Street Journal reported. The talks are ongoing and it is unclear if any of the banks have signed an agreement with […]


Google Guilty Of Abusing Its Mobile Search Dominance In Russia

September 16, 2015

Via: Nathan Eddy

There are more antitrust woes for Google. This time they’re in Russia, where the company could face unspecified fines or contract re-negotiations with OEMs. Google’s international legal woes continue. The search giant was found guilty of breaking Russian antitrust laws, […]


Sorry, WSJ, but Apple killing off the Mac is a laughably bad idea

July 13, 2015

Via: Yoni Heisler

A few weeks ago, Christopher Mims of The Wall Street Journal penned a bizarre and borderline embarrassing opinion piece arguing that Apple should abandon its Mac business entirely. The reasoning? Apple should ostensibly “focus on products that represent the future.” […]